If you are one of those people who are absolutely nuts about all the geeky stuff, then dive right into this post – here is the place for you!
Every year, new digital watch brands come along and hope to earn a place on your wrist. In a bid to be noticed, some are weird and wacky, some are quite cool, and others totally play to your nostalgia, but in all honesty, these brands find it tough to compete against companies who have been there long before them. If your brand isn’t called Seiko, Casio, or Apple, then, as the South Park meme goes, “You’re gonna have a bad time.”
Heroes of the Storm may not exactly have the popularity of DOTA 2 or League of Legends when it comes to the realm of MOBA games but they do know how to make up for it with style. Their latest teaser for their news skins is a pretty good indicator for that.
If there’s one iconic car from our childhood that we’d like to see in real life, The Flintstones’ leg powered car is very likely one of them. Now, the Sultan of Johor, Sultan Ibrahim Iskandar, a well-known car lover, has got his very own life-size replica of the said car.
If you’ve been waiting for a collaboration between Dragon Ball Z and a mainstream brand, wait no longer. Adidas, arguably one of the most mainstream shoe brands you’ll ever find has finally unveiled their collaboration with Akira Toriyama with their new Adidas X DragonBall Z sneaker collection.
Those working in IT infrastructure will no doubt understand the difficult balancing act of maintaining and improving the performance of your business applications, particularly as they grow in popularity and thus in user numbers.
If you’re not familiar with the smart home, it’s, in essence, the concept of a home that can be centrally controlled and that can pretty much run itself. This means that there are all sorts of nifty gadgets coming out (check a few of the best for 2018 out here). What all of these gadgets really are is simply a 21st Century version of an old-fashioned housekeeper: they take all the stress out of living by dealing with all the administrative side of things, letting you just get on with living your life.
If you’re really into Japanese karaoke, you might have heard of Xing. The company has been distributing Karaoke songs via its on-demand karaoke service Joysounds for over 10 years. They’ve got a pretty extensive catalogue and that also includes vocaloid music.